Recent Examples of guarana from the Web
The New York Post reports that Coco Loko contains ginkgo biloba, taurine, and guarana, as well as cacao powder.
For example, anything with caffeine, such as caffeinated soda and coffee, sports products such as bars, gels and sports drinks, along with creatine, guarana, root and taurine are banned.
The substance is made from raw cacao powder (from cacao pods) and energy-drink ingredients such as taurine and guarana, which have raised alarm regarding their effect on young people when used in large quantities.
According to U.S. News & World Report, the label boasts cacao powder plus ingredients you're probably used to seeing in energy drinks: gingko biloba, taurine, and guarana.
The powder, released last month, contains cacao powder as well as ingredients often found in energy drinks, including taurine, guarana, and ginkgo biloba.
Information based on scientific testing should also be made available on the effects of energy drink additives, such as guarana and taurine, that can increase the potency and increase the effects of caffeine.
The substance is made of cacao powder, as well as gingko biloba, taurine and guarana, ingredients commonly found in energy drinks.
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Origin and Etymology of guarana
First Known Use: 1838See Words from the same year
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